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Professor: Dr. R John Ballotti, Jr. Office: 128 PAC * Phone: 886-5432 E-mail: [email protected] Office Hours: M, 0930 – 1130: T, 0730 – 0800; W, 0930 – 1130; R, 0730 – 0800 ** *If you have a question concerning a speech assignment or class attendance please contact your lab instructor **Additional hours by appointment LAB INSTRUCTOR Name ___________________________________ Phone Number ___________________________________ Office Hours ___________________________________ Email ___________________________________ Catalog Description: Preparation and delivery of effective oral communication with emphasis on research, organization and delivery. Course Rationale: In your life, no matter your occupation, at some time you will be asked to deliver a presentation. In order for you to be an effective speaker, your communication, verbal, nonverbal and written, must be consistent. Mastery of the skills used in public speaking will greatly enhance your chances of being understood. An effective presentation includes good content, organization, delivery and audience analysis. These are the tools that you will be evaluated on during the course. In addition, the information you learn will assist you in becoming a more critical consumer of information. Learning Outcomes Upon successful completion of this course, students will: 1. Demonstrate an understanding of the foundational models of communication. 2. Apply elements of audience analysis. 3. Demonstrate ethical speaking and listening skills by analyzing presentations for evidence and logic. 4. Research, develop and deliver extemporaneous speeches with effective verbal and nonverbal techniques. 5. Demonstrate effective usage of technology when researching and/or presenting speeches. 6. Identify how culture, ethnicity and gender influence communication. 7. Develop proficiency in presenting a variety of speeches as an individual or group (e.g. narrative, informative or persuasive). Course Objectives:
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1. Students will become aware of the importance of communication in personal and professional environments. 2. Students will gain experience in interpersonal, group and public communication. 3. Students will develop strategies for overcoming speech anxiety. Required Text: Sprague, J., Stuart, D., & Bodary, D. (2010). The speaker’s handbook (10 th ed.). Belmont, CA: Thomson/Wadsworth. ISBN- Electronic Text 9781285090467 Bookstore Required Facilities: 1. Computer access for use of Power Point: At least two of your speeches will be enhanced by the use of visual aids.

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